When was the last time you took a photo that didn’t have any dust spots? Or when was the last time you took a photo that had that one distracting element at the edge of the frame you didn’t see through the lens? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able […]Read More
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Have you ever wondering what all of the sliders in Lightroom 5 do when it comes to sharpening your photos? I did. And now I’m here to help you learn how to sharpen photos is Lightroom. Follow along as I show you the ins and outs of sharpening photos using […]Read More
I decided it was time to update my last video on Lightroom Import Develop Presets. The previous video was done in Lightroom 4 and while not much has changed between Lightroom 4 and Lightroom 5, I figured it would be beneficial to create an all new tutorial to help you […]Read More
In Episode 3 of the Photocast I show you how to create a panoramic image by combining multiple photos to provide a wider field of view. I’ll be showing you how to do this using Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6. Photocast – Episode 003: 4.8.2013 Hosted by Clint Losee | […]Read More
In Episode 001 of the Photocast I show you how to create and use Lightroom 4 Import Presets to help speed up your post-processing workflow. This is a quick way to apply specific settings you always use on your images as you import them. Photocast – Episode 001: 3.14.2013 Hosted […]Read More